|Birth Day||January 17, 1962|
|Birth Place||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Age||58 YEARS OLD|
Comedian and actor who won a BAFTA Scotland for his role as Winston Ingram in the sitcom Still Game. He also worked on the sketch show in which Still Game was spun-off from, Chewin' the Fat.
He became active in the entertainment business in 1990. He had a minor role as a student in a 1992 episode of Taggart.
He played a character called Rasta Man in a 1999 TV movie titled Chameleon II: Death Match.
He was born in Glasgow, Scotland.
He worked with Ford Kiernan on Still Game, and then starred alongside him in Dear Green Place. Riley also wrote and directed the show.